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mark li, after whom the chinatown branch library is named. laura's name also adorns the heart of research and learning. i wonder -- i want to thank laura for generously donating time money and materials, to the chinese historical society, seven cisco public library, and so many other organizations. i happen to hold in my hands a chapter of an anthology called chinese-american history and perspective called born lucky. we are lucky to have benefit from your civil rights advocacy documentation of chinese-american history for serving as an advisor to the friends of roots program, program every year that sends another generation of future chinese-american leaders to find your roots. the saturday laura is going to be honored this incredible network of chinese-american leaders on the occasion of the gala. and because of that i want to present a proclamation that hopefully we will adopt later his program today to declare april 27th, 2013, as laura li day in san francisco. on behalf of the constituents that ever-present in chinatown, you have been an amazing blessing and thank you fo
that only blanket, his youngest child was his child by logically. can this come in? joining me lis wiehl, and mark eiglarsh, a former prosecutor and defense attorney. the judge in this case said no, it can't come in. and aeg's attorneys are reportedly mab trying to get it in when it comes to damages, why, mark? this is relevant how? >> well, the lawsuit is brought by the next of kin, by his alleged children and perhaps they're not his children. but megyn, i also think this litigation stuff is dirty. when you're talking 40 billion dollars as what they're suing over potentially, i think they're going to try to open the door in the actual case itself. even though the judge ruled it's not admissible. when somebody takes the witness stand and vouches for the veracity of michael jackson or vouches that he's always telling the truth about things, i think aeg is going to try to get it in. >> megyn: new york post is saying an aeg source says that a lot that the family is not coming forth with. the drug use and identity of children and use it to show the family wasn't communicating and you can't b
analyst lis ehl and mark eiglarsh former prosecutor and defense attorney. i love this case, it's such a mystery and then there's a big twist when it comes to marsha. all right? so we'll get to that. lis, your fake client is marsha. flea market purchaser, she claims. >> alleged. >> and i identify with marsha, i have a picasso at home at the dining room i got for $4 and i believe it's a picasso. >> megyn: it's a poster, but-- nice frame, looks good. marsha went to the flea market, got the painting home. spent $7 for ownership is 99-- a law is 99% ownership so she owns that. the insurance company, by the way, if they really wanted that painting back, should have been more diligent getting it back, they weren't, megyn, it's her painting and she gets the reward. >> megyn: all right. so, if she bought it at the flea market, even if it was stolen from the museum, mark, let's say it was genuinely stolen from the museum by somebody and marsha was a good faith purchaser at the flea market does she get it. >> well, if she's an innocent owner. that apparently is not what the insurance comp
of homes and businesses had no power today after heavy snow and ice pulled power lis down lines. minnesota governor mark dayton called out the national guard to help clean up. that word came today in a defense intelligence agency assessment made public at a house hearing. later president obama weighed in on the rising tensions with he met with u.n. secretary- general ban ki-moon at the white house and urged the north to dial back on its war talk. >> we both agree that now's the time for north korea to end the kind of belligerent approach that they've been taking and try to lower temperatures. no one wants to see a conflict on the korean peninsula. >> sreenivasan: the president said the u.s. will work diplomatically to reduce the tension and secretary john kerry heads to east asia planning talks with leaders of south korea, china, and japan. kerry and other g8 foreign ministers met in london today, but they failed to agree on arming the rebels in syria. they criticized the syrian government's use of heavy weapons in residential areas, but they went no further. britain and france have pushed
) sex. (steven soderbergh) "sex, lies" i think was a fluke. it's being used as a bench mark in a financial sense. and i think that's a mistake. independent films shouldn't be judged like that. these are films ordinarily that don't cost a lot to make and don't have to make a lot of money. (narrator) soderbergh first drew attention at the sundance film festival, a yearly event held in park city, utah. one of the premiere festivals for american independent films, sundance has a reputation for showcasing unknown talent and attracting the attention of hollywood. i remember sort of seeing steven soderbergh around before the screenings of "sex, lies, and videotape" in sundance and no one knew who this guy was. he was having dinner alone. i just want to ask you a few questions like, why do you tape women talking about sex? huh? (todd mccarthy) and suddenly the next day, redford and sydney pollack and universal and everyone is just calling him up. i don't find turning the tables very interesting. well, i do. tell me why, graham. why? his life is never going to be the same again. aft
militants inside including delagato. the heavy hand used to kill them. four months later, the marks remain for the tit for tat violence. in the dust lies a question, why is his youtube page linked to the militant who died here. in a town where he lived and the tamerlan visited just last year. where inside you can see how intense the violence must have been against this apartment. it could be the clearest link yet between one of the alleged boston bombers and the violence that's been gripping southern russia. >> a u.s. intelligence source told cnn that the social media accounts are being examined for possible links to extremists . none of this means that tamerlan tsarnaev met abu. why was he posting that video from a town where his father lived where he visited in 2012? something investigators may be looking at with regard to what history there may have been with extremism from that alleged bomber. >> reporter: so, nick, let's talk about his time in russia. what do you know about that? >> reporter: a limited amount. there is a window between 2002, 2006 when he could have been here or coming
the rose garden microphone over to a newtown dad, mark barden. >> we'll return home now, disappointed but not defeated. >> reporter: the president, clearly angry -- >> the gun lobby and its allies willfully lied about the bill. >> reporter: -- lashed out at congress. >> this was a pretty shameful day for washington. this effort is not over. i want to make it clear to the american people. we can still bring about meaningful changes that reduce gun violence so long as the american people don't give up on it. >> reporter: from the steps of air force one last week to the u.s. capitol again today, newtown families who know the pain of gun violence had been unwilling to give up. >> our hearts are broken. our spirit is not. >> reporter: gabby giffords, who has personally lobbied senators, called the failure to pass expanded background checks unthinkable. today being heard or consoled was not enough for patricia. tucson shooting survivor who shouted at senators, "shame on you." >> shame on you! >> order in the senate. >> they have no compassion. >> reporter: some newtown families held more pr
dad. mark barton. >> we'll return home now, disappointed but not defeated. >> reporter: the president clearly angry. >> the gun lobby and its allied willfully lied about the bill. >> reporter: lashed out at congress. >> this was a pretty shameful day for washington. but this effort is not over. i want to make it clear to the american people. we can still bring about meaningful changes that reduce gun violence so long as the people don't give up. >> reporter: from the steps of air force one last week to the u.s. capitol newtown families who know the pain of gun violence had been unwilling to give up. >> our hearts are broken. our spirit is not. >> reporter: gabby giffords who personally lobbied senators called the failure to pass expanded background checks unthinkable, but being heard or consoled was not enough for patricia, tucson shooting survivor who shouted at senators -- shame on you. >> shame on you! >> there will be order in the senate. >> reporter: some newtown families had held more private meetings, no media coverage. republican senator mark kirk's staff took these pictures.
microphone over to a newtown dad, mark barden. >> we'll return home now. disappointed but not defeated. >> reporter: the president, clearly angry. >> the gun lobby and its allies willfully lied about the bill. >> reporter: lashed out at congress. >> this is a pretty shameful day for washington. this effort is not over. i want to make clear to the american people, we can bring about meaningful changes to reduce gun violence, so long as the american people don't give up on it. >> reporter: from the steps of air force one to the u.s. capitol, newtown families had been unwilling to give up. >> our hearts are broken. our spirit is not. >> reporter: gabby giffords who personally lobbied senators, call the failure to pass expanded background checks unthinkable. but the consoling of a survivor, who shouted at senators. shame on you. >> order in the senate. >> they have no soul. they have no compassion. >> reporter: some newtown families had held more private meeti meetings. mark kirk's staff took these pictures. the latest poll showed nearly nine out of ten surveyed want tighter restrictions o
: face-off between mark sanford and elizabeth colbert busch for a congressional seat in south carolina produced only brief references to sanford's extramarital affair where he was governor where he lied about hiking on the appalachian trail but instead was in argentina to be with his lover. colbert busch referenced it in her answer about federal spending. >> when we talk about fiscal spending and protecting the taxpayers, it doesn't mean you take that money we saved and leave the country for personal purpose. >> reporter: sanford did not respond, instead saying -- >> i couldn't hear what she said. [ laughter ] repeat it. i didn't hear it, i'm sorry. >> reporter: later sanford himself alluded to it when asked if he would vote to impeach president clinton. >> i would reverse the question to you and i would say this. do you think that president clinton should be condemned for the rest of his life based on a mistake that he made in his life? >> reporter: sanford's attempting a political comeback, his lover now fiancee often at his side. colbert, whose brother is stephen colbert, is a succe
against mark sanford who cheated on his wife and lied to his constituents about hiking the appalachian trail. >> welcome to both of you. good morning. so pete, you know steven colbert. as we get closer to this election, do you think colbert will devote an entire show to his sister? >> i think steven colbert will probably donate, you know, give a lot of segments of his show to it. because that one was a result of joe scarborough devoting time. i do know steven. and i've also been the beneficiary, myself of the colbert bump. it is real. he's a very powerful guy who can also raise a lot of money. that's the other thing. money matters for his sister. and i am here to tell you on may 7th, she's going to win. i'm sure patricia can tell you more. there's going to be people that would never think to vote in a primary election like this one that are definitely going to come out and vote. and i think it's a done deal already. >> i know you mentioned msnbc. still, if i'm sanford, i may look at the steven colbert show and think that life is unfair. >> well, who knows what's going through mark sanf
it is for mark sanford who, as a reminder, lied about hiking on the appalachian trail when he was in wu his girlfriend. how has this become something bigger potentially than problems that other politicians are facing. >> there's so more erie similarities. they were both politicians with limitless politicians who both got caught. i think that for congressman weiner there's a tougher political reality on the ground. this is a race in new york with already six democrat candidates. he would be the seven. anthony weiner would, u as i said, become a 7th democrat in a race for new york mayor. it's a much harder political reality for him. >> the current mayor has weighed in on this. i want to take a look at what he said about this on thursday. >> i haven't seen one article talking about his anthony weiner's views on mass transit like you talk and earlier or anything else. they ear all talking about something that is totally irrelevant to the problems of the city. >> issueses smish issues. how long will it take for for him to get past the rehashing of his mistakes and on to the things he wants peopl
jabs. nbc's chris clackum has the details. >> reporter: face-off between mark sandberg and democrat, elizabeth tolbert bush for a congressional seat produced only brief references to sanford's extramarital affair when he was governor, where he lied about hiking on the appalachian trail but was instead in argentina to be with his lover. she referenced it in her answer about federal spending. >> when we talk about fiscal spending and protecting the taxpayers, it doesn't mean you take that money we saved and leave the country for a personal purpose. >> reporter: sanford did not respond instead said -- >> i couldn't hear what she said. i didn't hear it, i'm sorry. >> reporter: later, he alluded to it when asked if he would still vote to impeach president clinton. >> i would reverse the question to you and i would say this. do you think that president clinton should be condemned for the rest of his life based on a mistake he made in his life? he is attempting a political comeback. his argentine lover, now fiancee, often at his side. colbert-bush, whose brother is comedian, stephen colber
used to kill them. four months later, the marks remain of the tit for tat violence fueling militancy across this region. neighbors told us the young men who once lived here seemed peaceful, ordinary. but in the dust lies a question. why did tsarnaev's you tube page link to the rants of the militant who died here? in a town where tsarnaev's father lived, and that tamerlan visited just last year. inside you can see how intense the violence must have been against this apartment. and here could be the clearest link yet between one of the alleged boston bombers and the violence that's been gripping southern russia. a u-s intelligence source told cnn the tsarnaev brothers' social media accounts are being examined for possible links to extremists in the caucasus. in case they reveal the darkest secret of boston: why did the bombers do it? nick paton walsh cnn makhachkala >> boston's pain is being felt all over the world. today runners participated in a marathon in bethlehem, israel. and no doubt boston is on many of their minds. there were runners from all over the world. some were even at
conference player of the month becoming the third golden state warrior ever to receive that honor. but li but like most of his teammates has zero playoff experience. he is the only starter who played in a post season game. that was a grand total of five. back in milwaukee, mark jackson says he is not that worried about it. >> certainly available to have playoff experience. that being said, that is not going to win ballgames. i have a group of guys that probably don't have much playoff experience, but they are well aware of what wins ballgames. that does not change from regular season to playoff. >> first two games are in denver. and then back here for game three next friday night at the oracle arena. abc7 sports brought to you by river rock casino. >> well, really exciting for the warriors. >> it is great. it hasn't been since the 2006 and 2007 season. that was the we believe team with baron davis. a lot ofxcement. they want to go back every year. this is the start of a whole progression for the ownership group. >> and they are looking strong? >> looking good. it will be a difficult serie
. the fda is launching an investigation. that's ahead. >>> and former south carolina governor mark sanford tried to take another step toward political redemption last night. in 2009, he lied about taking a trip to argentina to visit his mistress. he's now trying to win next week's election for a seat in congress. >> sanford is going against elizabeth colbert busch in their one and only debate. at times it got spirited. nancy cordes is in charleston. nancy, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, charlie and norah. everyone wondered whether that infamous trip to argentina would come up in the first and only debate and it did. in fact, sanford even referenced it himself a couple of times. sanford's democratic opponent elizabeth colbert busch brought it up first in an answer about sanford's record as governor. >> when we talk about fiscal spending and we talk about protecting the taxpayers, it doesn't mean you take that money we saved and leave the country for a personal purpose. >> she went there, governor sanford. >> i couldn't hear what she said. >> reporter: sanford went there too. >> yo
of senators favor it. he was saying democracy has been foiled. sounds like he's trying to play to what mark's talking about to build some kind of outrage. >> i think he was genuinely angry. he was generally moved by what happened. li si k sso much time with thefa nuinelsy gry buct orture of our pli that when you have a dedicated minority going against a broad coalition defending a compromise piece of legislation that none of them are entirely happy with, that dedicated minority often beats the broad and fragile majority and i think that's what happened here and that may happen with immigration. >> but when the president said he still wants to come back with this, senator manchin says it still has some life. families vow to keep it alive. are they wrong? >> manchin and toomey was a step. >> it was a step. >> and you have to start there and make sure it's not a cultural issue, the east coast and west coast telling the country what to do. you have to start with the red states and go outward. >> suarez: brown brup you're suggesting it may have life? >> manchin toomeyook risk politically. i thi
candidates. >> miller claims others circulated lies about statements reportedly made by judd as well as president clinton's involvement in t race. >>> former south carolina governor mark sanford finds out today just how much voters are willing to forgive and forget. sanford is a republican runoff election facing off next month against democrat elizabeth colbert busch for the opening congressional seat in south carolina's first district. he faces curtis bostick. sanford held the 1st district seat there for three terms in the 1990s. he's trying to rebuild his political career after disappearing from the state four years ago, only to return and confess he was having an extramarital affair. >>> new jersey governor chris christie makes it official. kids under age of 18 cannot use tanning beds in the garden state. he signed a bill into law that was initiated after that woman, a north jersey mother, made headlines and briefly faced child endangerment charges. an extremely tan patricia krentcil denies taking her daughter into a tanning booth with her. the charges were later dropped, but she
but also the heavy hand used to kill them. four months later the marks remain of the tit for tat violence fueling militancy across this region. neighbors told us the young man who once lived here seemed peaceful, ordinary, but in the dust lies a question why did tsarnaev's youtube page link to the rants of the militant who died here? in a town where tsarnaev's father lived and tamerlan visited just last year. inside you can see how intense the violence must have been and here could be the clearest link yet between one of the alleged boston bombers and the violence that's been gripping southern russia. a u.s. intelligence source told cnn that tsarnaev brothers' social media accounts are being examined for possible links to extremists in the calk sass in case they reveal the darkest secrets of boston. why did the bombers do this? none of this mean tamerlan tsarnaev and dujan actually met or influenced each other but it does show the elder brother's interest in this alleged extremist activity here in dagestan, a man who died at the hands of russian special forces in a town where tamerlan's f
a lot of support around the 1.50 mark. that's where we stand right now in europe. let's get the latest, all the update on the trading day in asia. li sixuan joins us from singapore. >> thank you, ross. nice to see you. the nikkei yet again stole the show here in asia. after the boj announced a fresh easing, japanese stocks paired down early weakness to finish higher by 2.2%. the japanese yen, as you just mentioned, weakened sharply against the greenback, now trading above the 95 handle. exporters turned into positive territory in the afternoon session. financial stocks, mizuho financial rallied today. and the realistic counter among the best performers with its subindex boosted by reflationary policies while the country ames to meet its 2% inflation target in two years. elsewhere, south korea extended a four-day losing streak as chery mentioned amid escalating tensions with the north. automakers under pressure given the relative strength to the yen. hyundai motor tumbled 5% and over the% respectively after announcing carbon calls in the u.s. in australia, the asx 200 ended at a two-mon
their heavy weapons but also the heavy hand used to kill them. four months later the marks remain of the tit for tat violence fueling militancy across this region. neighbors told us the young man who once lived here seemed peaceful, ordinary, but in the dust lies a question, why did tsarnaev's youtube page link to the rants of the militant who died here? in a town where tsarnaev's father lived and tamerlan visited just last year. inside you can see how intense the violence must have been in this apartment, and here could be the clearest link yet between one of the alleged boston bombers and the violence that's been gripping southern russia. a u.s. intelligence source told cnn that tsarnaev brothers' social media accounts are being examined for possible links to extremists in the caucasus, in case they reveal the darkest secrets of boston. why did the bombers do this? now, this does not mean that the two met, but why was he in the same town when he came back to visit his father last year. >> nick paton walsh from d ash s dagestan, thank you. >>> coming up the next hour, peter brooke e brookes
their heavy weapons, but also the heavy hand used to kill them. four months later, the marks remain of the time for tat violence fueling militancy across this region. neighbors told us the young man who once lived here seemed peaceful, ordinary. but in the dust lies a question, why did tsarnaev's youtube page link to the militants who died here? in the town where tsarnaev's father lives and tamerlan visited just last year. you can see just how intense the violence must have been. in here could be the clearest link yet between one of the alleged boston bombers, and the violence that's been gripping southern russia. a u.s. intelligence source told cnn that tsarnaev brothers' social media accounts are being examined for possible links to extremists in the caucasus, in case they reveal the darkest secrets of boston. why did the bombers do it? now that doesn't mean tamerlan tsarnaev and that militant actually ever met here but they were spending some time in the same town. we're getting a fuller picture, too, of the kind of man who came back here last year for about six months. his aunt
to kill them. four months later, the marks remain of the tit for tat violence fueling militancy across the region. neighbors told us the young man who once lived here seamed peaceful, ordinary, but in the dust lies a question why did tsarnaev's youtube page link to the militant who died here. in a town where tsarnaev's father lived and tamerlan visited just last year. inside you can see just how intense the violence must have been and here could be the clearest link yet between one of the alleged boston bombers and the violence that's been gripping southern russia. a u.s. intelligence source told cnn that tsarnaev brothers social media accounts are being examined for possible links to extremists in the caucasus in case they reveal the darkest secret of boston. why did the bombers do it. now, it doesn't necessarily mean that tamerlan tsarnaev actually met the militant here in dagestan, but it is interesting that he chose to post a video related to this man just after he in fact had been here. we were talking before the report was played about an interview i did earlier with the aunt. ha
. 1.2% capital economics suggesting yields could head back towards the 1.5% mark, as well. spain and italy, fairly well contained. 4.72% and 4.34% and ten-year bund yields at the moment, 1.62%. that's why we stand in this european session. li sixuan rejoins us out of singapore. sixu sixuan. >> thank you, ross. we're looking at a sea of red in asia today. risk assets and commodity shares were sent lower. the shanghai composite lost 11.11%. commodity plays especially gold miners tumbled following the sharp sell-off in gold futures on wall street. but property majors bucked the down trend after data showed a down trend in real estate investment. a similar picture in hong kong where the hang seng lost 1.4%. blue chip names, especially mingling oil measures took a beating on weak crude prices. japan's nikkei slipped further from the near five-year high down 6% today. the dismal retail sales data jumped lower, but sharp sales jumped after the nikkei reported that the cash-strapped company has decided to sell its 9% stake in pioneer corp. >>> in south korea, an over 4% tumble on steelma
remembered. >> the college community united's to remember li dsey lu members of her family arrived from china for a memorial service. >> when i think about her the first thing that comes to my mind is a smile. >> monday marks an emotional and pivotal day in the aftermath of the attack. >> one victim, crystal campbell was laid to rest. shortly after the mom marking one weeks is the last a moment of silence to remember all that was lost and all that is left to recover. >> the mayors accepted the american flag that was flown at half staff over the marathon finish line. it was a symbolic transition as the fbi tended the busy boston corridor crime scene back over to the city. >> it was symbolic. i was glad this was put together. it was done by the people on the ground the people work here. >> from his hospital bed a few miles away, and 19 year- old accused of unleashing the terror along with his dead older brother face a judge. he is charged with using and conspiring to use a weapon of mass destruction resulting in death. and malicious destruction of property resulting in death. he could face a de
to kill them. four months later, the marks remain of the pit for at that time violence fueling militants across this region. neighbors told us the young man who once lived here seemed peaceful, ordinary, but in the dust lies a question -- why did tsarnaev's youtube page linked to the rants of the militant who died here? in a town where tsarnaev's father lived and tamerlan visited last year. you can see how intense the violence must have been against this apartment could be the clearest link yet between one of the alleged boston bombers and the violence that's been gripping southern russia. a u.s. intelligence source told cnn the tsarnaev's brother social media accounts are being examined to possible links to extremists in the caucasus in case they reveal the darkest secrets of boston. why did the bombers do it? nick paton walsh, cnn. >> the feds certainly questioned the surviving boston bombing suspect today while he lies sedated and restrained in a hospital bed. joining us now is our chief political analyst gloria borger and our national security analyst tom fuentes,s had himself a form
on the story throughout the morning as we continue to get updates on this. >>> and mark sanford may be running for congress but he can't outrun his past. the former south carolina governor is trying to rebuild a political career that ended in disgrace after he lied about an extramarital affair. sanford claiming he was hiking the appalachian trail when he was really visiting his mistress in south america. during a spirited debate last night, sanford's democratic challenger elizabeth colbert busch couldn't resist revisiting her opponent's record. >> when we talk about fiscal spending, and we talk about protecting the taxpayers, it doesn't mean you take that money we saved and leave the country for a personal purpose. >> she went there, governor sanford. >> i couldn't hear what she said. >> so sanford never actually responded to colbert-busch's comments. the two candidates square off in a special election that is scheduled next week. and up next on "starting point," six months after hurricane sandy destroyed his home, we'll meet up with a 13-year-old staten island boy whose quick thinking helped
hagan, casey, landrieu, heinrich , mark and tom udall, jon tester and senator shaheen. these senators put saving lives above the politics of the moment, and they showed true leadership in the face of lies and fearmongering, and they deserve our thanks and praise. and i want to pay tribute to the senators who have led this effort over many, many years, senators feinstein, lautenberg, schumer and durbin. i want to thank my colleague chris murphy for his leadership and his courage. senators feinstein, lautenberg, schumer and durbin have been a tireless foursome on behalf of this fight. they have been dogged and determined, and no amount of n.r.a. deception or dishonesty has deterred them or stopped them, and i want to thank the majority leader, harry reid, for his courage. he has persevered in seeking a path forward on this legislation in the face of some of the most difficult political and procedural obstacles, and he has been as passionate and persevering in this cause as any one of the advocates in these last weeks. if you want to know the definition of resilient, look up frank lauten
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